Ogre Kush Strain
Created by SGS, a breeding partner of The Joint Doctor, Ogre Kush is one of the fastest, highest-yielding marijuana strains available today. It is currently concentrated in a few small areas such as Denver, so it's difficult to find. This heavily indica-dominant strain is a cross between Master Kush and Bubba Kush, providing a potent bud with a high THC level.
- Flavor -
- Effects -
Overview of Ogre Kush
Ogre Kush, an 80% indica strain, comes in dark green sticky buds and carries up to 26.9% THC. Seeds may be particularly difficult to come across, making it unavailable in most dispensaries. It grows medium to large and is highlighted with white crystals. The terpenes are comprised mainly of linalool (1.93%) and myrcene (0.86%), with 4.24% terpenes in total.
Its strong, happiness-inspiring effects can make a bad day not seem too bad after all. This strain is not for beginners and will give users quite a body high, producing a sedated experience. If you fall asleep at a party, remember that you were warned. It could also be found under the name Ogre OG.
Potential Positive Effects of Ogre Kush
It's not a good idea for your first use of marijuana, but veterans know there's nothing like feeling peace and euphoria right before your head hits the pillow This highly indica-dominant strain tends to leave users lazy, sedated, and hungry.
Potential Negative Effects of Ogre Kush
Its effects vary by how much is used. This strain could cause headaches, dry mouth, dizziness, and paranoia. If you use this while intending to be active, you may be disappointed. You don't have to rest but use with caution because some say that they'd wished they were near a bed before they smoked it.
Lineage of Ogre Kush
Master Kush was created in Amsterdam and first bred by the Dutch Seed Company. The strain flowers for around 63-70 days. Master Kush grows best indoors or in a greenhouse, where it can produce up to 200 grams per plant.
Bubba Kush is relatively easy to grow and is recommended for newcomers to cultivation. Its plants can be grown indoors, outside, or in a greenhouse. Bubba Kush grows well indoors in soil, but it may have a higher yield if grown in a hydroponic solution.
Growing Ogre Kush
Ogre Kush can reach a height and width of 1 meter because of its sativa-dominant genetics. Indoors Ogre Kush is best grown in containers that are between three and five gallons in volume. It can also be started in pots as small as one gallon before being transplanted.
Outdoors, it will grow well in similar pots, but preparing them in beds would give better results. Harvest will be ready between 65 and 70 days from germination. The buds produced by Ogre Kush are large and very pungent.